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Subarachnoid haemorrhage: case study and literature review

07 April 2010

Emergency Nurse

Feature

More younger people are affected by subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) than by any other form of stroke, and fatality rates are high (van Gijn et al 2007). Classic signs...

Invitation to emergency care staff

01 December 2010

Emergency Nurse

Letter

Do you care about emergency and urgent care nursing? Do you want to voice the concerns and aspirations of your emergency and urgent care nursing colleagues?

Survival Guide for Anatomy & Physiology

02 July 2014

Emergency Nurse

Book Review

WELL SET out and with high quality graphics, this book deals with anatomy and physiology on a system-by-system basis in a manner that is reader friendly. It includes...

Open AccessIdentification and treatment of scabies in infants

02 July 2014

Emergency Nurse

Art & Science

Incidents of scabies are increasing nationally and globally, particularly among certain vulnerable groups. This article examines a rare and unusual case of scabies...

Mid Staffordshire

01 May 2009

Emergency Nurse

Letter

Last month’s Emergency Nurse featured a news item about health secretary Alan Johnson that highlighted the ‘appalling’ services and ‘inexcusable’ failings in the...

Oxford handbook of emergency nursing

01 June 2009

Emergency Nurse

Book Review

THIS BOOK is a valuable addition to the Oxford handbook series, which I have always found to be a useful and quick reference resource, particularly in my early days...

Investing in the future of young people

13 July 2017

Emergency Nurse

Opinion

Atrocious events seem to have multiplied in frequency recently. Sometimes it feels as if we have become almost inured to their obscenity. No sooner has the impact...

Emergency care of children and adults with head injury

03 July 2012

Nursing Standard

Learning zone emergency care

Head injury is common and accounts for a significant proportion of patient attendances at emergency departments and minor injury units. While most injuries will not...

Acute pyelonephritis: risk factors, diagnosis and treatment

03 October 2012

Nursing Standard

CPD

Pyelonephritis is an acute urological condition that involves infection of one or both kidneys. The condition is not generally associated with high levels of...

Emergency care of children and adults with head injury

27 June 2012

Nursing Standard

CPD

Head injury is common and accounts for a significant proportion of patient attendances at emergency departments and minor injury units. While most injuries will not...